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Bob Saget jokes that he took a ‘vow of celibacy’ to star in ‘Hand to God’

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Known for the beloved sitcom “Full House,” and his raunchy standup comedy, funnyman Bob Saget is on the plaza for the TODAY Toy Drive. He tells the TODAY anchors he took an involuntary “vow of celibacy” to play a Lutheran pastor in the Tony-nominated Broadway play “Hand to God.” He also talks about the “Full House” sequel coming soon to Netflix, saying that Kevin Spacey told him it should be called “Fuller House of Cards.”